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Randy Henrick Joins Mosaic Compliance Services


TAMPA, Fla. — Attorney and compliance expert William Randolph “Randy” Henrick has joined Mosaic Compliance Services LLC as vice president and compliance counsel, the company announced.

Mosaic’s cofounder and president, attorney James S. “Jim” Ganther, said he expects “great things” from Henrick, who joins the company with more than 20 years of experience in the consumer finance, compliance, bank regulatory and privacy and data security segments.

“Randy’s résumé speaks for itself, but it falls short of mentioning that he is, without question, one of the nation’s foremost compliance attorneys,” Ganther said. “We are extremely pleased to welcome him to the Mosaic family, and his presence has already begun to pay dividends for the company and our clients.”

Henrick most recently served as associate general counsel for Dealertrack Inc., where he authored 11 editions of the Dealertrack Compliance Guide. A prolific writer and speaker, Henrick has contributed to a number of industry publications and events, chaired the New York State Bar Association’s Consumer Financial Services Committee, and served as a panelist at an auto finance panel convened by the Federal Trade Commission, among other honors.

“I wanted to join Mosaic because they are an industry leader in making compliance training and compliant aftermarket product selling training available to dealers of all types,” Henrick said. “I look forward to working with dealers and providers to find and help them address the growing number of legal and regulatory issues they face and, by doing so, helping them be more successful in their businesses.”

Mosaic Compliance Services offers compliance and training tools to automobile, RV, motorcycle and marine dealerships. To learn more, visit Mosaic-Compliance.com.

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F&I Think Tank Adds Top Compliance Experts


TAMPA, Fla. — Organizers of F&I Think Tank, the F&I manager-geared event preceding Dealer Summit 2016 this May, announced that six of the top dealer compliance experts in the industry will be at the Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel for the preshow event’s “Busting Compliance Myths” panel session. These individuals will field questions from attendees in a 20 Group-like setting, as well as provide an update on key regulatory battles taking place at the federal and state levels.

The panel, which will take the stage at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 3, will also take on several long-held beliefs in F&I and offer their take on whether or not they’re legally valid. Examples include the 300% rule (offer 100% of your products to 100% of your customers 100% of the time) and disclosing the base payment on the F&I menu.

“This is going to be a fun session,” said Gregory Arroyo, editorial director of F&I and Showroom and Auto Dealer Today magazines. “Our compliance experts are going to separate fact from fiction when it comes to some of these recommended best practices in the F&I office. They will also take questions from the audience in what promises to be a lively discussion.”

Moderating the panel will be respected compliance and training expert Robert Harkins, who serves as vice president of training for American Guardian Warranty Services Inc. He’s also served as master of ceremonies for a number of industry events, including F&I and Showroom’s annual Industry Summit.

Panelists include David Robertson, executive director of the Association of Finance & Insurance Professionals; Michael Tuno, president and founder of World Class Dealer Services Inc.; Jim Ganther, president of Mosaic Compliance Services; Randy Henrick Esq., associate general counsel for Dealertrack, and Karen Klees, certified consumer credit compliance specialist for EFG Companies.

Tuno is a 20-year veteran of the auto industry and has served as an F&I instructor for the National Automobile Dealers Association since 2007, while Klees was one of the first 100 professionals to earn the National Automotive Finance (NAF) Association’s Certified Consumer Credit Compliance Specialist designation. Henrick, a more than 30-year veteran of banking and consumer financial services, is the author of the annual Dealertrack Compliance Guide, while Ganther began his career as a business attorney and litigator in Washington, D.C., and Tampa, Fla., and is currently a member of the National Association of Dealer Counsel.

“We have the who’s who of dealership compliance,” Arroyo added. “I don’t think there’s another event that can make such a claim.”

F&I Think Tank was created in partnership with Ethical F&I Managers, a more than 5,000-member Facebook group founded by F&I and Showroom’s “Mad” Marv Eleazer. The preshow event is included in the price of a full show pass to Dealer Summit 2016. For more information or to register, click here.

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‘Is It Compliant?’ to Cap Texas Compliance Summit


AUSTIN — Organizers of Texas Compliance Summit have announced that the event, which is scheduled for Nov. 16–17, 2015, at the Hilton Austin Airport Hotel, will conclude with “Is It Compliant?”, an open-forum discussion among speakers and attendees.

“’Is It Compliant?’ offers attendees the chance to pose any lingering questions to a diverse panel of speakers,” said David Gesualdo, show chair and publisher of Auto Dealer Today and F&I and Showroom. “It’s also a great opportunity for the dealers, compliance officers and F&I professionals in the crowd to share their own expertise.”

The panel will begin at 5:35 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Bob Harkins, vice president of training for American Guardian Warranty Services (AGWS) and the event’s master of ceremonies, will serve as moderator.

Harkins will be joined by Randy Henrick, associate general counsel for regulatory and compliance matters for Dealertrack; Karen Klees, credit compliance specialist for EFG Companies; Alessandro “Al” Meloni, a finance manager at Transwest Buick GMC Isuzu in Henderson, Colo.; Marla Rhen, vice president and compliance officer for San Antonio’s Gunn Auto Group; and David Robertson, executive director of the Association of Finance & Insurance Professionals (AFIP).

The full agenda for Texas Compliance Summit and information about registration and travel is available at the event’s website. Just a reminder, this is the last week to register online!

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Henrick to Keynote Texas Compliance Summit


AUSTIN, Texas — Organizers of Compliance Summit have announced that Dealertrack’s Randy Henrick will deliver the keynote address at the event, which will be held Nov. 16–17, 2015, at the Hilton Austin Airport in Austin, Texas.

“Never has compliance been a more critical and complex issue for automotive dealers. From claims of false advertising to consumer transparency to alleged credit discrimination to unfair or deceptive sales of aftermarket products, dealers are in the headlights of regulatory agencies such as the FTC, CFPB, and state attorneys general,” Henrick said. “At the Texas Compliance Summit, we will share practical insights and guidance to help dealers use proven processes and procedures to address today’s most critical laws and regulations, and help protect their dealership business and its customers from legal and regulatory scrutiny and allegations.”

Henrick, who serves as Dealertrack’s associate general counsel for regulatory and compliance matters, is widely considered one of the automotive industry’s foremost legal minds. A prolific writer and speaker, he authors Dealertrack’s annual Compliance Guide, contributes to numerous industry publications and served on a panel at the inaugural Compliance Summit in Miami last year.

“For more than 25 years, Randy has served the banking and consumer finance industry with unparalleled intelligence and legal acumen,” said David Gesualdo, show chair. “We are honored to welcome him back to the Compliance Summit stage.”

Registration for Texas Compliance Summit is open at the event’s website. Attendees who register on or before October 26 will enjoy a $100 discount. For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact Eric Gesualdo via email hidden; JavaScript is required or call 727-612-8826.

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